The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating a possible braking problem...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating a possible braking problem with Honda's (HMC) "Odyssey" minivans that could affect nearly 344,000 vehicles from 2007-2008. The NHTSA has received 22 complaints about the Odyssey unexpectedly slowing down without drivers touching the break pedal. Meanwhile, Honda is recalling 686,000 "Fit" and "City" cars for a second time over a problem with an electrical switch in the driver's door. If it becomes wet, the switch can short-circuit and possibly cause a fire.
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